Subtle challenges await
you at all levels.

The Preserve Golf Course

For the inaugural course at Reynolds Lake Oconee, Bob Cupp was hired along with player consultants Fuzzy Zoeller and Hubert Green. The Preserve incorporates Cupp’s essential design principle of subtle deception and Fuzzy’s philosophy of making the game fun for players of all levels by taking advantage of the natural rolling topography. The result is an immensely playable course with back tees challenging enough for low handicappers and forward tees forgiving enough for beginners. Led by Director of Golf Wes Forester, a fun and unique six-hole course within a course called the Quick Six was added to The Preserve.

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What's unique about The Preserve?

  • '88

    Original Course Opening Year

  • Preserve Map Update

    Course Overview

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  • Bob Cupp Signature

    The Preserve was designed by Bob Cupp, along with player consultants Fuzzy Zoeller and Hubert Green.

  • Preserve Highlights Challenges

    Subtle Challenges

    The course offers a host of subtle challenges in the form of swales, depressions, undulations, fall-away slopes and false fronts.

  • Quick Six Resized 7

    The Quick Six

    The Preserve hosts a Quick Six, a six-hole course within a course where each hole is less than 130 yards and can be played in about an hour.

  • 6,674

    Yards

  • 2

    U.S. Open Winners as Player Design Consultants

  • Preserve Highlights Fun

    Fun for Players of All Levels

    The Preserve takes advantage of the natural rolling topography with the end result being an immensely playable course with back tees challenging enough for low handicappers and forward tees forgiving enough for beginners.